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Tina Keller-Jenny (1887-1985) was a Swiss physician and Jungian psychotherapist who witnessed firsthand the development of analytical psychology during its formative years and played a pivotal role in its development into new directions in the early years of the 20th century. In this memoir, she provides an intimate glimpse into this world. She shares her experiences as an analysand of C.G. Jung himself and his closest associate Toni Wolff and highlights the development of the technique of active imagination. Keller-Jenny was also one of the pioneers in integrating analysis with body-based approaches such as movement and dance. In this work, we see the seeds of active imagination in movement, which has since become a major element in the field of dance/movement therapy and bodysensitive analysis. Her innovative work in finding ways in therapy to communicate what cannot be expressed in words is a remarkable anticipation of contemporary discoveries in interpersonal neurobiology. Healing professionals and those drawn to the inner life will find a rich feast in these pages.
Wendy Swan, Ph.D., is an independent historian of psychoanalysis. She is the author of C. G. Jung and Active Imagination: A Case Study of Tina Keller.